Are you considering hiring a virtual receptionist? If you have a telephone, you will benefit by usine one. Speaking of benefits, here is what you can expect to gain:
When you hire a full-time in-house receptionist, the cost of your new hire adds up quickly. And it’s not just the hourly rate, which inches steadily higher each year.
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Patient care coordination means different things to different people, from provider to patient, and from insurer to the network that connects them all. Regardless of how you define it, everyone’s goals are the same: enhance quality, streamline the provision of services, increase efficiency, and reduce costs.
When you hire an employee to answer your phone, that person works about forty hours a week, minus breaks and lunch, and doesn’t work the remaining 128 hours. That’s a lot of time when your phone isn’t covered.
Once the must-have communication status symbol, pagers have given way to the technology of the smart phone. Yet the pager has hung around in the healthcare industry as a preferred, reliable communication tool for many a long time healthcare provider. With the advent of secure text messaging it is now time to ditch the pager.